Who would rationally want to bring forth new life into a country that is irredeemably "systemically racist?"
As Kay Coles James prepares to leave her position as president of the Heritage Foundation, the storied conservative institution faces some serious challenges.
Manliness itself is increasingly viewed not as a virtue to be nourished and cherished, but as a "toxic" vestige of a bygone barbarism.
Since his November loss, no one worked harder to get rid of Donald Trump than Donald Trump. Right up until the end, he was his own worst enemy.
While conservatives' present position is dire, the path forward remains clear.
Policies that treat corporations more favorably than individuals and other business structures are not free-market economics.
In order for the movement he helped build to flourish, the president must go away after January 20.
Whether the GOP opposition is led in the upcoming years by President Trump or one of the party's next generation of conservative leaders like Senator Hawley, its future lies in a populist program.
Instead of dwelling on electoral defeat, the president might still grab the chance for some version of post-election victory.
R.R. Reno, editor of First Things, debates Charles C.W. Cooke, editor of National Review Online.
Progressives should favor the Constitution's super-majority procedures, which generally promote more reason and less passion in government, demand greater consensus throughout society for public policy, and protect minority rights.
Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project debates Hall of Fame adult entertainer Brandi Love.
Modern porn isn't anything like your father's Playboy.
We'll never agree on banning porn—that's ridiculous.
After four years and two elections, the meaning of "Trumpism" is more up in the air now that it has ever been before.
Likely, I would not have voted for Trump at any other time. In these revolutionary times, I cannot imagine a better man.
It's time for a new feminism to emerge—and for GOP lawmakers to demonstrate their commitment to family values. That will require defining a new feminism of interdependence and a pro-family economic policy agenda.
Conservatives are one vote away from guaranteeing that the rule of law prevails on the Supreme Court for generations to come.